Dataset: CDS-Lichens
Taxa: Enterographa subserialis
Search Criteria: Ecuador; Galápagos; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario de Líquenes de la Fundación Charles Darwin para las Islas Galápagos, Ecuador


CDS:Lichens
Enterographa subserialis (Nyl.) Redinger
31592Aptroot, A.   650112006-10-03
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isabela, highest cinder cone along the trail going up the E-slope, -0.393611 -91.025277, 250m

CDS:Lichens
Enterographa subserialis (Nyl.) Redinger
31311Aptroot, A.   647362006-11-03
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isabela, ca. 100 m inland from the shore a little N of Islote Cowley, -0.401111 -91.000277, 45m

CDS:Lichens
Enterographa subserialis (Nyl.) Redinger
36825Ertz, D.   115012007-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, Santa Cruz, cliff at the end of the trail inland from the Charles Darwin Research Station (CDRS), Puerto Ayora, -0.737888 -90.30175, 35m

CDS:Lichens
Enterographa subserialis (Nyl.) Redinger
38759Aptroot, A.   64467 C2006-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, Santa Cruz, at the North coast of the island, E of the road to Baltra, ca. 1 km from the ferry crossing, -0.494444 -90.283611, 14m

CDS:Lichens
Enterographa subserialis (Nyl.) Redinger
40597Tehler, A.   86332005-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, Santa Cruz, Puerto Ayora, Tortuga Bay, on trail from the entrance to the beach [between S 00° 45,071' W 090°19,473' and S 00° 45,518' W 090°19,883'], -0.754444 -90.328472, 35m

CDS:Lichens
Enterographa subserialis (Nyl.) Redinger
47287Bungartz, F.   99182011-00-00
Ecuador, Galápagos, Floreana, mangroves at W-end of Playa Verde, W of Punta Cormorán, permanent plot 41, -1.225722 -90.433861, 12m


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